Garissa University Terror Attack Suspects Charged at Nairobi Court

Garissa University terror attack suspects were charged at a Nairobi court on Monday, July 24.

The assailants raided Garissa University College on April 2, 2015 and killing more than 148 people, the majority of them students.

According to police reports four terror operatives were gunned down while the fifth terror operative identified as Rashid Charles was arrested.

Police note that Rashid, a Tanzanian, was the only suspected terrorist arrested in the college after the other four were killed.

Rashid was charged alongside Mohamed Ali Abdikar, Hassan Aden Hassan, Sahal Diriye and Osman Abdi.

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